Recommended Course Sequence: Pre-Health Internship Program
The Pre-Health Internship Program within the Division Experience Based Learning and Career Education consists of courses and academic internships for pre-health students.
Read the course descriptions below and learn more from the Division of Experience Based Learning and Career Education.
PD 1000: Exploring Health Professions
Exploring Health Professions is designed to help students gain a wider and deeper understanding of the variety of health professions and how to most effectively prepare for entry into the professions. Students will explore the human side of healthcare, including professionalism, ethical behaviors, healthcare disparities, cross-cultural care, and interprofessional collaboration.
After successful completion of PD 1000, students will have the option to gain real world experience in a healthcare setting and course credit by registering for a Health Professions Internship (INT3041).
PD 2001: Advancing Success on the Pre-Health Pathway
This seminar is a sophomore progression course aligned with PD 1000 Exploring Health Professions. The course is focused on application, integration and deepening knowledge of curricular content for pre-health students including research, professional development, Pre-Professional application preparation, and experiential learning.
INT 3041: Health Professions Internship
The Experiential Learning in the Health Professions course sequence is designed to provide a venue for reflection, assessment, and support to students engaged in such experiences. Students may choose to participate in this course sequence following the successful completion of Exploring Health Professions (PD1000). Each course in the sequence will provide students with specific topics to explore during their experience and challenge them to reflect on those topics and experiential learning in general.